Guinness World Record-holding cats missing after fire

Will and Laura Powers are offering a reward for their two cats who disappeared after a fire destroyed their home in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
1:54 | 11/16/17

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Back now with the desperate search for two guinness world record holding cats missing after a fire in Michigan. The tallest and the other with the longest tail. Owners asking for the public a help. Linzie, tell us about it. They're missing after the owner's home caught fire and they lost everything but hopeful their record holding cats may still be found alive. A time for world record cats. Reporter: Felines arcturus and cygnus hold records. One for being the tallest cat at 19 inches. The equivalent of arcturus being a ten-foot-tall human while cygnus holds his own record for the longest tail. I think they're aware of their stardom. Arcturus definitely is because he knows when we're taking him to an event. Devastating news for both and their human parents will and Laura powers. After a terrifying fire destroyed their home in farmington hill, Michigan, cygnus and arcturus are missing. Will powers pleading for help on Facebook writing I tried to save the cats, but couldn't find them before I was overcome with smoke. I did manage to open a few doors in hopes they would run out. So if any in the farming honor area finds a cat matching their description, please notify us. The powers are hopeful someone in the area may have caught a glimpse, so far at least one neighbor has reported seeing what they describe as a beast of a cat. So there has been one potential sighting. The owners are offering a reward and live traps set. If you do see the cat, he doesn't want anyone to approach them because they might be scared and hungry. He said the one looks very scary, the big one but he's a big sweetheart. So there is hope. There's hope. Let's hope they're found. We hope they can find those cats.

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